The district Technology Plan will be reviewed at least once a year. Through this evaluation we will ensure the vision and mission statement is being attained via the goal and objectives stated in the technology plan. The committee is composed of teachers to representing many teaching styles and student demographics. The input of the student’s progress will be monitored using Euphoria’s Aware the organizational designated software. Input from the stakeholders through surveys, focus groups, and individual interviews will provide us with further information on how we can revisit the goals and objectives to ensure maximum usability of the new progress monitoring system.
The district Technology Plan will be reviewed at least once a year. Through this evaluation we will ensure the vision and mission statement is being attained via the goal and objectives stated in the technology plan. The committee is composed of teachers to representing many teaching styles and student demographics.
A recent technology survey was given by D. Wofford, team member of the Pre-k Report Card Committee. Teachers were provided with a link to Survey Monkey to determine how they feel about the new changes to the collection, analysis, and storing of student data. When asked about the new report card format 25% like it a great deal, 27.78% like it a lot, 33.33% stated they like a moderate amount, 11.11% like it a little, and 2.78% don’t like it at all, however 82% of the teachers agreed the formats of the report card is better than the previous one. Seventy-four percent of the teachers said they were using the standards when writing student goals and objectives for the students’ Individualized Educational Plan (IEP). The teachers were also asked how helpful the data collection rubrics are; 30.56% of teachers said they were a helpful a great deal. Eighty-three percent of the teachers thought the training video was very clear in the directions of how to collect and input the data, while the other 17% thought it was only somewhat clear. The teachers were also asked open-end questions providing them the opportunity to provide further feedback.
We will be sharing the information on the survey on February 27, 2019 at our next corporate training providing an opportunity for the teachers to provide further input on the use of the new changes pertaining to student data. Based on the survey answers and further input from the teachers at the next face-to-face meeting, the Report Card Committee will meet March 15, 2019 to readdress streamlining, updating, and/or revisiting the scope of the plan.
|Objective||Action Step||Responsible||Timeline||Evaluation Measure|
|1. Standardize tracking student progress using the Florida Early Learning and Developmental Standards by October 5, 2018 in the areas of Approaches to Learning, Language and Literacy, Physical Development, Mathematical Thinking, and Social Emotional Development.||
||Pre-K Teachers||02/28/2018||Defined by Florida Early Learning and Developmental Standards for Birth to Kindergarte|
|2. Centralize student progress by using organizational designated software by August 15, 2018.||
||Pre-K Instructional Support Teachers||08/15/2018||Usage by Pre-k Teachers|
|3. Simplify tracking student progress using rubrics created by the Pre-K Report Card Committee based on the top 10 most important skills from Approaches to Learning, Language and Literacy, Physical Development, Mathematical Thinking, and Social Emotional Development domains in the Florida Early Learning and Developmental Standards by May 31, 2019.||
Pre-k Instructional Support Teachers
|06/03/2019||Feedback from survey|